I crawled out of bed, still wearing my Cracker Barrel uniform from the night before and managed to make my way over to the coffee machine. I grabbed my pumpkin spiced coffee, walked over to the couch, and opened his laptop. It was like the television was somehow warning me. My whole body went numb. My thoughts began to race. Who is this naked girl on the screen? She looks a lot like me. Wait, wait, wait…that is me. I had never felt more betrayed, confused, and heartbroken in all my 25 years of living.
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By Stephanie Linning for MailOnline. Sharing a bath can be a playful way for parents to bond with their children. But many believe their comes an age when children should no longer see their parents in the nude. The question of 'how old is too old' was debated by Mumsnet users after one mother-of-two asked whether it was 'fine' for her six-year-old son to see her naked. The post sparked responses from dozens of other parents who argued over when its the right time to start covering up in front of their kids. Special bond: Many parents think nothing of being naked in front of their young children. Dilemma: A mother-of-two asked parents for advice on whether she should cover up. Some said it was when the children started school while others argued children can never be too old. The majority of parents said it should be left to the children to decide when they start to feel uncomfortable.
Tags: baby. So naturally, it makes sense why our little ones prefer to run around sans clothing. Usually, by the time children reach three and four years of age, they figure out the difference between public and private and start to develop a sense of modesty, according to their situations. Then, when they reach about five or six years of age, they start to feel shame the good kind of shame that keeps one from being in awkward situations. Open forums discussing naked time for children are full of opinions. Some people believe that there are benefits to being naked. Some of them are funny, others are serious. Here are a few opinions:.
Kelly Wallace, CNN. Kelly Wallace is CNN's digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life. She is a mom of two girls. CNN Let me say at the start that there is no way around the topic of nakedness in front of your children without getting personal and slightly uncomfortable. I'm already feeling somewhat tense as I type this. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.